Syncfusion has also released new components for Xamarin, the C#-based framework for building apps for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. Included are Xamarin.Forms controls offering a high-performance DataGrid control that provides a smooth experience for end users, and a built-in feature set for developers.
For Xamarin.Android and Xamarin.iOS, a new Maps control streamlines displaying geographical data, and a new NavigationDrawer control, modeled after the native Android component, grants developers the ability to organize content beyond the edges of a display. AutoComplete and NumericTextBox controls round out the new Xamarin controls to give developers sophisticated tools for capturing user input.
The Windows Phone platform also receives new AutoComplete and NavigationDrawer controls, as well as several new color palettes for the Windows Phone Chart Read more: http://www.syncfusion.com/products/whatsnew
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